Light Calls | Curse Breaker

Light Calls | Curse Breaker: Enchanted


Once out on the balcony proper, the sunlight teased Sarn. Light called to light and the internal glow held in check by his flimsy eyelids wanted out–now. The fresh, clean scent of the River Nirthal greeted him. No one occupied the balcony, so claimed his sixth sense.

He opened his eyes as green light washed over the balcony. It brightened as the red orb of the sun finished crowning Mount Crael in the distance and started to slide behind its peak.  That hated green glow muted every other color. It even washed the blues of out of the sky and turned the oranges to brown.


Read the rest in Curse Breaker: Enchanted today: 


After an enchanted tree abducts Sarn, he’s thrust into a mystery revolving around a double homicide. Can Sarn protect his son, keep his masters happy and help the dead boy haunting him?

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24 thoughts on “Light Calls | Curse Breaker

  1. I love your writing, Melinda – so fresh and descriptive. I really wish I could spend time reading it as closely as I would like. Wonderful, my friend!

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  2. Wow, Mel! This is indeed another awesome and exciting journey with Sarn! I loved how you inserted descriptions about Shayari. I admire how you clearly imagined it to be and how eloquently you passed those details to us, your readers.❤

    What’s next!!!😀

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          1. It’s a yes for me, too! Because your points are definite, your descriptions are exact and vivid. You’ve truly created a spot-on Shayari and detailed characters with their own specific personality. It’s amazing!😀 You’re amazing!

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